How are students being empowered to change the world? Tanith Harding, Head of International Projects for the RoundTable Global Legacy Project, discusses a unique opportunity catered to students that encourages them to become ambassadors of change.
Football Beyond Borders is an educational charity that is helping students redefine their learning capabilities through the power of this beloved sport. Ceylon Andi Hickman, the charity’s head of social action, explains how this unique concept is making a difference in education.
Six Caludon Castle year 10 students took part in a unique branding workshop hosted by SSAT, where they competed in teams to create the logo for this summer’s Aspirations Show in Manchester. Students were able to bring their ideas to life while also developing leadership and collaboration skills.
Katy Pautz, Lead Practitioner, Falinge Park High School, highlights the many impacts that teaching tier 2 vocabulary presents not only to students, but to teachers.
In this final report from the SSAT National Conference 2018, Claire Preston and Katy Parkinson, driving forces behind Lexonik, reflect on what originally prompted them to launch their innovative programme which improves literacy levels, and leads to greater achievement and attainment.
Planning her own dramatically different school, Charlotte Church addresses some challenging questions
Charlotte Church is much more than an entertainer and singer. She is in pursuit of launching her own school to redefine students’ ability to absorb information and learn creatively. Charlotte’s talk during SSAT’s National Conference details her intriguing plan to shape schooling.
Tens of thousands of students gathered in Parliament Square today to protest against the impending doom of climate change. The UK is one of 60 countries protesting today to fight for change, making this the biggest global protest to date.
CENTURY Tech founder Priya Lakhani provided comprehensive insight on her learning resource platform at SSAT’s National Conference in December. Her main stage presentation highlighted aspects such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience and learning science.
Austerity is to blame for students’ inability to succeed, according to SSAT’s CEO, Sue Williamson. Cuts in school funding and resources and lack of communication between staff and students are harming young people at an increasingly alarming rate, highlighting severe issues in social justice as a whole.
As the parents of 3.5 million pupils receive cry-for-help letters from schools on the growing perils of lack of funding, SSAT’s Head of Policy and Public Affairs Tom Middlehurst navigates through the uncertainties of social justice this situation presents.